In case you were starting to get worried that the Food and Drug Administration wasn’t going to let you play Dyad, I have good news for you. The FDA approved the music game for gamers, today. Come to think of it, has the FDA ever NOT approved a game?
Dyad is a music game coming to the PSN that is comparable to games like Rez and Child of Eden. The main goal of the game is to affect your sensory system in a way no other game has before, through a combination of visuals, music and rhythmic vibration of the controller.
â€Research on Dyad began in 2008 in TRNT byÂ Shawn McGrath. After TRNT officials observed test subjects wholly absorbed in euphoric trances and reviewed testimonies of transcendental interactive experiences, TRNT halted development of Dyad and expelled Shawn. Determined to finish his research and enlighten gamers worldwide, Shawn partnered with enigmatic composer David Kanaga and continued developing Dyad in secret. â€œ Sony explained in their blog post.
You’ll be able to try Dyad for yourself soon, the game will release next week, July 17th on the PSN for $15. I loved Rez and Child of Eden so at $15 this seems like a steal! I’d encourage you to give it ago yourself, these types of games can be quite the experience.